Servings: 6 to 8
This preparation of artichokes is a very classic provincial vegetable recipe.
If you can’t find fresh baby artichokes, you can substitute good-quality canned (such as Roland brand) or frozen baby artichokes. If using frozen, thaw the artichokes before adding to the skillet. Cook, covered, for 5 minutes.
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Also I would like to add that it is best to rinse the artichokes in cold water with some lemon juice to remove any grit that is between the leaves. - https://www.lasvegascater.com
I've been cooking for sometime now and grilling ingredients before really cooking them enhances its flavor; To make this dish stand-out, I would grill the artichoke first before mixing them to the simmered ingredients. This must be really tasty! Jillian -
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